RE: VOTE: Tomcat - TLP

2005-04-07 Thread Larry Isaacs
[X] +1 Vote in support

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RE: [VOTE] Updating PMC bylaws

2004-08-11 Thread Larry Isaacs
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[X] +1 - let's do it
[ ] -1 - not good
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RE: [VOTE] HiveMind as a Jakarta sub-project

2004-03-04 Thread Larry Isaacs
[X] +1  I support this proposal
[ ] -1  I don't support this proposal
[ ]  0  I abstain from voting for or against this proposal

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RE: Products List available as of 31st May, 2003

2003-06-03 Thread Larry Isaacs
Hi Tetsuya,

A minor change.

Jakarta Tomcat should be 3.3.1a instead of 3.3.1-alpha.

The a is indicating it is a patched release derived
from the 3.3.1 release, which was done to address a security
problem.

Thanks,
Larry


 -Original Message-
 From: Tetsuya Kitahata [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 Sent: Monday, June 02, 2003 8:21 AM
 To: Jakarta General List
 Subject: Products List available as of 31st May, 2003
 
 
 Hello, 
 (To: jakarta-general)
 
 Thanks to some feedbacks, probably this list
 is more accurate.
 
 And I am still waiting for the reports, feedbacks
 to this list.
 
 Sincerely,
 
 --Jakarta Productsas of 31st May, 2003--
 Jakarta BCEL  5.1
 Jakarta BSF   2.3.0
 Jakarta Commons
   Commons-Proper
 BeanUtils 1.6.1
   Betwixt 1.0-Alpha
   CLI 1.0
   Codec   1.1
   Collections 2.1
   DBCP1.0
   Digester1.5
   Discovery   0.2-Pre-Release
   EL  (Nightly Builds Only)
   FileUpload  1.0-Beta1
   HttpClient  2.0-Beta1
   Jelly   1.0-Beta3
   Jexl(Nightly Builds Only)
   JXPath  1.1
   Lang1.0.1
   Latka   1.0-Alpha
   Logging 1.0.3
   Modeler 1.0
   Net 1.0.0
   Pool1.0.1
   Validator   1.0.2
 Jakarta ECS   1.4.1
 Jakarta JMeter1.8.1
 Jakarta Log4j 1.2.8
 Jakarta ORO   2.0.7 (2.0.8-dev)
 Jakarta POI   1.5.1 (1.10-dev)
 Jakarta Regexp1.2 (1.3-dev)
 Jakarta Taglibs   1.2 (Standard JSTL)
 Jakarta Watchdog  4.0.0
 --
 Jakarta Cactus1.4.1
 Jakarta Lucene1.3-rc1
 Jakarta Gump  N/A
 Jakarta Struts1.1-rc1
 Jakarta Tapestry  2.4-alpha5 (soon 3.0-beta-1)
 Jakarta Turbine   2.2.0 (2.3-dev)
   Fulcrum 
   TDK 
   JCS 
 Jakarta Velocity  1.3.1
 --
 Jakarta Alexandria0.1
 Jakarta Jetspeed  1.4.1-beta4
 Jakarta Slide 1.0.16
 Jakarta Tomcat3.3.1-alpha
   4.1.24
   5.0.2-alpha
 ---Jakarta Related--
 Apache Ant
   Ant 1.5.3
 Apache Avalon
   Framework
   Framework   4.1.3
   Components
   Excalibur   4.1
   Phoenix 4.0.3
   LogKit  1.2
 Apache DB
   OJB 1.0-rc3
   Torque  3.1-alpha1 (3.1-alpha2-dev)
 Apache Httpd
   HTTPD   2.0.46
 Apache Incubator
   AltRMI  0.9.1
   FTPServer   0.1
   (Lenya  1.0-rc) ... donated to Cocoon
 Apache James
   James   2.1.3
 Apache Maven
   Maven   1.0-beta10
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 E-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 http://www.terra-intl.com/
 (Apache Jakarta Translation, Japanese)
 http://jakarta.terra-intl.com/
 
 
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RE: Misspelling

2002-03-27 Thread Larry Isaacs

Fixed.

Larry

 -Original Message-
 From: Pier Fumagalli [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
 Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 2:56 PM
 To: Jakarta General List
 Subject: FW: Misspelling
 
 
 
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 From: Kennedy, Scott, MDCT Trenton [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 14:21:26 -0500
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Misspelling
 
 
 
http://jakarta.apache.org/site/news.html#0327.1

release is misspelled as relase

Regards,
Scott


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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Tomcat 3.3 Beta 2

2001-09-04 Thread Larry Isaacs

The second beta release of Tomcat 3.3 is available for download 
and testing.  As a Tomcat 3.x release, it remains an implementation 
of the Servlet 2.2 and JSP 1.1 specifications. 

The Beta 2 release offers bug fixes over Beta 1, and some
documentation updates.  A lot of new information has been
added to tomcat-ug.html and a new serverxml.html has been
added.  The serverxml.html documents a handful of the modules
(a.k.a. interceptors) at this point, with more to come.
Some documentation is still out of date, however.

Again, refer to the readme for the most current information 
concerning Tomcat 3.3.

If you did not try the earlier 3.3 releases, the following 
additional information may help you make full use of the Beta 2 
release: 

1) The binary distribution has source for the connectors, but not for 
   the Tomcat container.  The source from the full jakarta-tomcat CVS 
   tree is available separately in the v3.3-b2/src directory. 

2) The new class loader scheme in this release ignores your CLASSPATH 
   setting. Instead, you may add needed jars to Tomcat's lib/apps, 
   lib/common, and lib/container directories. See the tomcat-ug.html
   file in Tomcat's doc directory for details. 
   Also supported are two System properties: 
   org.apache.tomcat.apps.classpath 
   org.apache.tomcat.common.classpath 
   which add their listed classes and jars to the jars in lib/apps 
   and lib/common, respectively. 

3) The sanity-test is not part of the binary distribution like it was 
   with Tomcat 3.2.  However, it is available in War form (test.war), 
   along with the Watchdog JSP (watchdog-jsp.war) and servlet tests 
   (watchdog-servlet.war).  These are found in the v3.3-b2/apps 
   directory.  Place these War files in Tomcat's webapps directory 
   before starting Tomcat. To simplify testing, these tests can be run 
   from the Admin web application. See the readme file in Tomcat's 
   doc directory for details. 

Please download this release and give it a try in your environment.  The 
source, rpms, and binaries may be found at: 

http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-tomcat/release/v3.3-b2 

To log problems or bugs, as well as submit patches, please refer to: 

http://jakarta.apache.org/site/bugs.html 

When logging bugs to Bugzilla, please specify the Program as Tomcat 3 
and the Version as 3.3 Beta 2. Also, supplying a test case will 
greatly improve our ability to address the problem.  Please do so if at 
all possible. 

Thanks, 
Larry Isaacs 

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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Tomcat 3.3 Milestone 2

2001-03-16 Thread Larry Isaacs

The second milestone release of Tomcat 3.3 is available for download
and testing.  As a Tomcat 3.x release, it remains an implementation
of the Servlet 2.2 and JSP 1.1 specifications.

The Milestone 2 release primarily offers bug fixes over Milestone 1.

In this milestone release, documentation still hasn't caught up with
some of the changes for Milestone 1 and this release. For this reason,
be sure to read the "README" file found in Tomcat's "doc" directory.
It contains documentation that covers some of the more important of
the changes to Tomcat 3.3. 

If you have did not try the Milestone 1 release, the following
additional information may help you make full use of the Milestone 2
release: 

1) The binary distribution has source for the connectors, but not for
   the Tomcat container.  The source for the full jakarta-tomcat CVS
   tree is available separately in the "v3.3-m2/src" directory. 

2) The internal directory structure contained in the binary and source
   archives differs from Tomcat 3.2.  The binary expands to a directory
   called "tomcat" and the source expands to "jakarta-tomcat".  This
   matches what you would get if you checked out CVS source and built
   Tomcat from that source.
   New for the Milestone 2 release is that building Tomcat 3.3 from
   source creates the "build" and "dist" directories under the
   "jakarta-tomcat" directory instead of at the same level as
   "jakarta-tomcat". Also, jakarta-servletapi is not required, so its
   source is not included in the "v3.3-m2/src" directory.

3) The new class loader scheme in this release ignores your CLASSPATH
   setting. Instead, you may add needed jars to Tomcat's "lib/apps",
   "lib/common", and "lib/container" directories. See the "README" file
   in Tomcat's "doc" directory for details.
   New for Milestone 2 are two System properties:
   org.apache.tomcat.apps.classpath
   org.apache.tomcat.common.classpath
   which add their listed classes and jars to the jars in "lib/apps"
   and "lib/common", respectively.

4) The "sanity-test" is not part of the binary distribution like it was
   with Tomcat 3.2.  However, it is available in "War" form, along with
   the Watchdog JSP and servlet tests.  These are found in the
   "v3.3-m2/apps" directory.  Place these War files in Tomcat's
   "webapps" directory before starting Tomcat. To simplify testing,
   these tests can be run from the Admin web application. See
   the "README" file in Tomcat's "doc" directory for details. 

5) On Windows, there have been instances where the watchdog-jsp.jsp test 
   fails to display successful tests. Running the watchdog-servlet.jsp
   first seems to avoid this. You can also restart Tomcat and re-run
   watchdog-jsp.jsp and it will display the successful tests.

6) The Admin web application's index.html file has an error in the
   commands it displays to change it to "trusted".  "run" should appear
   before "-enableAdmin" when using the ".sh" and ".bat" files.  This is
   documented correctly in the "README" in the "doc" directory.

Please download this release and give it a try in your environment.  The
source, rpms, and binaries may be found at: 

http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-tomcat/release/v3.3-m2 

To log problems or bugs, as well as submit patches, please refer to: 

http://jakarta.apache.org/site/bugs.html 

When logging bugs to Bugzilla, please specify the Program as "Tomcat 3"
and the Version as "Nightly Build". 

Thanks, 
Larry Isaacs 

  

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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Tomcat 3.3 Milestone 1

2001-02-15 Thread Larry Isaacs

The first milestone release of the next version of Tomcat 3.x is available
for download and testing.  As a Tomcat 3.x release, it remains an
implementation of the Servlet 2.2 and JSP 1.1 specifications.

In addition to bug fixes, a large amount of refactoring has gone into
Tomcat 3.3m1 since Tomcat 3.2. Much of the code is still there, but cleaned
up and likely in a new location. It is hoped with the changes that have
occurred, you will find Tomcat 3.3 more flexible and easier to configure.
You should also find improved performance over Tomcat 3.2.

In this milestone release, documentation hasn't caught up with some of the more
recent changes to Tomcat 3.3m1.  For this reason, be sure to read the "README"
file found in Tomcat's "doc" directory.  It contains documentation that covers
some of the more important of these recent changes to Tomcat 3.3.

In addition to the "README" file, the following notes provide some additional
information you will need to make full use of this release:

1) The binary distribution has source for the connectors, but not for the
   Tomcat container.  The source for the full jakarta-tomcat CVS tree is
   available separately in the "v3.3-m1/src" directory.

2) The internal directory structure contained in the binary and source archives
   differs from Tomcat 3.2.  The binary expands to a directory called "tomcat"
   and the source expands to "jakarta-tomcat".  This matches what you would get
   if you checked out CVS source and built Tomcat from that source.

3) The new class loader scheme in this release ignores your CLASSPATH setting.
   Instead, you are expected to add needed jars to Tomcat's "lib", "lib/common",
   and "lib/shared" directories. See the "README" file in Tomcat's "doc"
   directory for details.

4) The "sanity-test" is not part of the binary distribution like it was with
   Tomcat 3.2.  However, it is available in "War" form, along with the
   Watchdog JSP and servlet tests.  These are found in the "v3.3-m1/apps"
   directory.  Place these War files in Tomcat's "webapps" directory before
   starting Tomcat. To simplify testing, these tests can be run from the Admin
   web application. See the "README" file in Tomcat's "doc" directory for details.

5) On Windows 9x, there have been instances where the watchdog-jsp.jsp test
   failed to run when the jsp was first compiled.  If this happens, try
   refreshing the page to get the test to run.  Note: There is one expected
   failure, "positiveScriptlet.jsp", when the watchdog-jsp.jsp test is run again
   without restarting Tomcat 3.3.

6) For the watchdog-servlet.jsp test file to run, you must copy
   jakarta-tools' "moo.jar" and jakarta-watchdog's "client.jar" to Tomcat's
   "webapps/admin/WEB-INF/lib" directory before starting Tomcat.  Both of these
   jars are found in the "v3.3-m1/bin" directory.  These will be included in
   the admin.war in the next release.

7) The Admin web application's index.html file has an error in the commands
   it displays to set it to "trusted".  "run" should appear before "-enableAdmin"
   when using the ".sh" and ".bat" files.  This is documented correctly in
   the "README" in the "doc" directory.

Please download this release and give it a try in your environment.  The source,
rpms, and binaries may be found at:

http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/tomcat/release/v3.3-m1

To log problems or bugs, as well as submit patches, please refer to:

http://jakarta.apache.org/site/bugs.html

When logging bugs to Bugzilla, please specify the Program as "Tomcat 3"  and
the Version as "Nightly Build".

I would like to thank all those who have volunteered their time and efforts to
bring Tomcat 3.3m1 to this point. I look forward to continuing the effort to
bring Tomcat 3.3 to a final release.

Thanks,
Larry Isaacs

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